water weasel question

Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by Dogginfox, Nov 5, 2007.

  1. Dogginfox

    Dogginfox Songster

    I remember seeing something like the water weasel at a toy store not to long ago but now i cant find one and i dont know what to call it on the WWW to search for one. Can anyone tell me what they are really called??????
     
  2. rooster-red

    rooster-red Here comes the Rooster

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    It just depends on what the brand is.
    I have several that I've picked up that have "water snake" labels. There is also a water weasel. They are exactly the same.
     
  3. Poison Ivy

    Poison Ivy Songster

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    I bought mine at walmart and it was called a water wiggler.
     
  4. jenichick

    jenichick Songster

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    got mine at Dollar Tree it wasn't clearly labeled it was in a net bag, I think it said water snake.
     
  5. Dogginfox

    Dogginfox Songster

    Thanks for the fast replies, i should have one by the end of the week.
     
  6. SloCrevs

    SloCrevs Songster

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    There was another post earlier. They're selling them for really, really, cheap at oriental trading company.
     
  7. FrenchToast

    FrenchToast "Draft Apple Ridge" a Bit from Heaven

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    I know this is a really old thread but does anyone know if they still make these and where do you get them? Thanks
     
  8. WalnutHill

    WalnutHill Crowing

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    If you have a food vacuum sealer, you can make one.

    Cut a piece of bag roll about 5" long. Cut it in half width wise if it's an 11" roll, so you end up with a flap. Seal up two sides completely, and seal all but one corner of the final side. Fill the bag with water so that the width at the widest point is 3/4" or so. Prop it upright in the freezer until frozen solid.

    Once frozen, use the vacuum function of the bag sealer to extract the air and seal the last corner. Verify the seal, then allow the ice to melt. The bag should be only 1/2" thick or so overall.

    Once it's thawed, you should be able to roll it up and secure with rubber bands or tape. There will be room for a thermometer probe.

    Discard and replace fairly often. The plastic weakens over time.
     

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